Beyond fault?

2nd June 2000 at 01:00
A selection of views posted on our website

I believe that teachers are reflective and, if anything, rather too self-critical. When I am monitored or "inspected", I seek to improve my practice after feedback for I know that I will never cease to learn from others. Could it be that ispectors have reached that zenith of perfection whereby they are faultless ? Surely everyone needs to know where they could improve professionally or, conversely, receive praise for their positive features? The phrase lifelong learning springs to mind...

AJ Rea

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